Project Description

What is it?

This is an itinerary designed to get to know the main buildings of the Dobla de Oro project. If you want to visit historical Arab residencies in the Albaicin, and learn about who lived there, their customs and traditions, to go back to the past times of Granada, this is definitely our recommendation. From the Dar-al-Horra Palace, to the Chapiz House, Horno de Oro House, Bañuelo (12th Century) o Corral del Carbon, among others.

What do we have to offer?

This is an itinerary designed to get to know the main buildings of the Dobla de Oro project. If you want to visit historical Arab residencies in the Albaicin, and learn about who lived there, their customs and traditions, to go back to the past times of Granada, this is definitely our recommendation. From the Dar-al-Horra Palace, to the Chapiz House, Horno de Oro House, Bañuelo (12th Century) o Corral del Carbon, among others.

What will we see?

This is an itinerary designed to get to know the main buildings of the Dobla de Oro project. If you want to visit historical Arab residencies in the Albaicin, and learn about who lived there, their customs and traditions, to go back to the past times of Granada, this is definitely our recommendation. From the Dar-al-Horra Palace, to the Chapiz House, Horno de Oro House, Bañuelo (12th Century) o Corral del Carbon, among others.

Path of the route

• Meeting point: IIn the square of San Miguel Bajo. Next to the bus stop.

• Language: English.

• Duration: 02.00 hours.

• Includes: Tourism Guide.

• Does not include: Transportation to the meeting point.

• Timetable: Sunday 10.30 h.

• For group reservations or private service send request.

• Or check by phone (office hours Monday through Friday (from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.).

– Difficulty: medium low for children. For over 70 years, the difficulty is medium low. It is necessary to be accustomed to walking with some normality.

– Present at the meeting point at least 10 minutes in advance.

– It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and water in hot weather.

– People with mobility problems, medium accessibility, for wheelchairs, is not accessible. For babies we recommend that parents take them in baby carrier backpacks.

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